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Random Ramsdom 5/9: can you over-prepare for the Super Bowl?

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Sean McVay says Rams sucked in Super Bowl because he was over-prepared | TMZ Sports

Citing an interview with Sports illustrated the day before, this cuts to the good stuff right away: Coach Sean McVay blames himself for watching too much tape. I like that. McVay is putting the blame on himself while still making it clear that it’s not for a lack of effort.

Shane Ray is a good fit for the Rams on defense | Pro Football Focus

The idea of signing EDGE Shane Ray as a free agent makes too much sense so it probably won’t happen.

Henderson could be wild card for the Rams offense | Rams official site

Former Memphis RB Darrell Henderson just received a rookie analysis by Rams insider Myles Simmons and it’s a good one! My favorite line in the piece: “Gurley leads the league with 40 total touchdowns over the last two seasons — he’s still the top dawg in L.A.” True, but the NFL moves fast and a player’s fortune turns on a dime.

Offseason examination: Do LA Rams have depth at running back? | NBC Sports / YouTube

Will the skepticism about the Los Angeles Rams returning back to the Super Bowl push the team back to big game? Or is the national sports media correct and the Rams will take a step backwards?

A name not to forget in the offensive line battle | Rams Wire

Former sixth-round pick OL Jamil Demby is a fan favorite among die-hard Rams fans because he’s talented enough play left tackle behind LT Andrew Whitworth.

Rams’ NRC graduates from USC | LA Times

Rams CB and most hated man in New Orleans, Nickell Robey-Colman (The Slot God) fulfills a promise to his late mother by earning a degree from USC. This is an emotional story about a guy with a lot of heart and people in his life that care about him so much that it’s incredibly inspiring. Seriously, NRC is the man.